They are just there for peace of mind. I'm well into the 200 club, so these feet are on aluminum planks or solid ground.:laughing:Yep, getting ready to do one myself. Walls and roof. It will be interesting.
You don't actually walk across those planks do you?
Sorry, don't have the link. I think it's either a 25 or 30 year warranty. It's also got great exposure allowances, not sure of the number.Heard about it, haven't seen it though. Do you have a link? Or do I have to go through the hardship of Googling it. :laughing:
Looks nice though, what about the warranty? Is it still warrantied if you don't get the tape nice and straight like you?
I was gonna ask the same thing:laughing:You don't actually walk across those planks do you?
Dave, we did cut off of the horses for the majority of the roof due to the fact we sheathed over the existing roof deck, as well as build a firewall between the two buildings and frame a shed roof to allow for a fascia for a gutter system which did not exist originally. You can see the shed roof with torch down applied in the first pic. :thumbsup:I was gonna ask the same thing:laughing:
Did you guys cut it right up on the roof on those horses? Looks like nice stuff, I just saw it at my local yard the other day. I'm deffinetly gonna try it out the next time I can. Seems like it would take some of the anziety out of trying to get a roof sheathed and tarpapered:laughing:
seen it on a couple of jobs. stopped and asked about it, was told it's cheaper than cdx sheathing, and is more stable (doesn't potato chip so much). good for doing dormers I'd say. is it any heavier than regular 3/4 cdx?This job is my first chance to use this product. OSB with a waterproof coating. Tape the seams and your dried in. Nice stuff as far as I can see to date.:thumbup:
Wait til Maxx gets here.
I think he was using that stuff